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March 2014 :: JavaScript Memory Leaks

JavaScript is everywhere now. It is an important tool for anyone developing web apps. On the server side, Node.js is booming in popularity and is supported by many cloud service providers, including Microsoft Azure. JavaScript has had a reputation for being a performance bottleneck although it’s frequently undeserved. Memory usage is a key and often overlooked factor in the performance and stability of applications. This really comes to a crunch in mobile devices with limited memory resources. Come and learn about the anatomy of a memory leak in JavaScript. I’ll also cover analyzing JavaScript memory usage for leaks using tools in today’s browsers. Finally, we’ll see what’s new in the Visual Studio 2013 JavaScript Memory Analyzer first introduced in Visual Studio 2012 Update 1 for Window Store apps.

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